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Fan-made Dungeons & Dragons 3D Models: Monster Compendddium

by Lambert Varias
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Redditor mz4250 has been playing Dungeons & Dragons for 17 years. Recently, he decided it was time to give back to the community. He ended up making 3D models of most of the D&D monsters, with a couple of bonuses thrown in. And he’s sharing them all for free.

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As of this writing, mz4250 has made models for nearly 190 monsters, from drow elves to Tiamat. They’re small and simple, but on the other hand, it cost him only $75 (USD) to print all of them. That’s a ton of savings.

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Check out all the monsters on Imgur or in the gallery below:

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You can download mz4250’s 3D files for free from his Shapeways page. You’ll need to register at the site but that’s free as well. Imgur member albertp says he has copies of all the files in this public Dropbox folder, but I have no idea if those are safe or legit.

[via Reddit]

 

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